Updating phpmyadmin

It's up to you to look up the appropriate part in the My SQL manual.

Many people have difficulty understanding the concept of user management with regards to php My Admin.

Well it is finally time to start playing a bit more with Microsoft’s latest server OS Windows Server 2012 R2. PATH ENVIRONMENT (System Properties | Advanced | Environment Variables | System variables | Path).

One of the many things to have on the list is getting the WAMP (Windows/Apache/My SQL/PHP) stack working. Register Apache Service Now let’s register Apache as a service. Example: ;c:\php;c:\apache24;c:\apache24\bin; Now lets check Apache settings by issuing the command, c:\Apache24\bin\httpd -S PHP Edits Now we have to do a few edits to the file to tell it to load support for mysql and the location for the extensions.

If yes, then your information might be useful (might be because you are suggesting the removal of mysql which is the DB I am using and I will use).

If not, then there is no point of giving it as the context.

I don't mind stuff like this being the default for new installations but could at least ask before installing an apt-get -y install phpmyadmin (and answer some interactive questions) Configuring phpmyadmin: Web server to reconfigure automatically: apache2 Configure database for phpmyadmin with dbconfig-common: Yes My SQL application password for phpmyadmin: Connection method for My SQL database server for phpmyadmin: TCP/IP Host name of the My SQL database server for phpmyadmin: localhost Port number for the My SQL service: 3306 My SQL database name for phpmyadmin: phpmyadmin My SQL username for phpmyadmin: root My SQL application password for phpmyadmin: pass # OR ANY PASSWORD YOU WANT Password confirmation: pass Name of the database's administrative user: root Web server to reconfigure automatically: apache2 An error occurred while installing the database: ignore have any connection to installing mariadb and unistalling mysql?dbc_dbuser='phpmyadmin' # dbc_dbpass: database user password # the password to use with the above username when connecting # to a database, if one is required dbc_dbpass='some_pass' Got to love that My SQL keeps breaking things after upgrades.Was happily using root in my workbench and now it seems the only solution is to "sudo mysql" on the command line, create a new user, grant all the same privileges and use that in Workbench.The defaults will work just fine, but remember what you set the password to for root. PHPMy Admin PHPMy Admin is a very nice tool to use for administering your My SQL installation.

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Those tables can be located in your own database, or in a central database for a multi-user installation (this database would then be accessed by the controluser, so no other user should have rights to it). If you already had this infrastructure and upgraded to My SQL 4.1.2 or newer, please use ./scripts/upgrade_tables_mysql_4_1_2 and then create new tables by importing ./scripts/create_

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